Two Lane Lager, a beer company owned by Luke Bryan, is putting a temporary pause on the company’s production. The country music star reported the news about the beer company on his Twitter account Tuesday. Bryan, 43, said the decision was made due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and that he expects production to restart in six months.
“We know you love Two Lane Lager (almost as much as we love making it), which is why I’m so sorry to say we had to pause production due to COVID-19,” Bryan’s Twitter post read. “This was a difficult decision, but don’t worry, we’ll be back in March, bigger and better than ever.”
“Love y’all and appreciate your continued support. Cheers,” Bryan said.
Bryan launched Two Lane Lagers earlier this year in collaboration with Constellation Brands. Constellation Brands are responsible for other large beer brands like Corona Extra, Modelo Especial and Pacifico.
The beer company offers an American Golden Lager, and a variety of hard seltzers. Specifically, the hard seltzer options include Cherry Limeade, Peach Tea, Blueberry Lemonade, and Watermelon Punch.
According to their website, Two Lane Lager is brewed in Daleville, VA, at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains. There have been 250 cases of COVID-19 in the area, and almost 122,000 confirmed cases in the state, which likely influenced Bryan’s decision to pause production.
Luke Bryan Postpones 2020 Album and Tour
The beer company’s pause in production stems from staffing and production changes that were implemented since the pandemic began. However, it isn’t the first thing the country musician has had to postpone this year.
In April, Bryan postponed his seventh studio album along with its nationwide tour. The album, “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here,” was delayed, but eventually released in August. However, Bryan announced in June that the tour would be pushed back to next year.
“With the health and safety of my fans, team and venue staff being a top priority we feel it is best to postpone my Proud To Be Right Here Tour,” he posted to his Instagram account. Additionally, the post shared the new tour schedule. The delayed tour begins in May 2021 in Youngstown, OH.
“We are excited to announce these new 2021 dates and are thankful for all the venues and teams who have worked with us to make these dates possible,” Bryan continued in the post. “We are going to bring you an incredible show in 2021 and I can’t wait to see you there.”
In other related news, Luke Bryan’s wife was attacked by their pet turkey recently and needed medical attention.